Gabrielle Ray

'Gabrielle Ray said, 'I am always dancing; I love it! When I don't dance, I sing. What else is there to do?'

Gabrielle Ray – The London Evening Standard – Friday 20th March 1914

In The Wings

 

There is every probability that Miss Gabrielle Ray will once be the stage in a musical comedy production, the announcement of which is imminent. Recently Miss Ray has been seen about a good deal at the big “fancy dress” dances, which are apparently the rage among theatrical as well as “society” folk just now. Clad in a navel lieutenant’s uniform the dainty dancer who has delighted and bewitched us all at the Gaiety and at Daly’s looks neatest and slimmest “sailor lad” that ever strode a quarter-deck. It is probable that when “Gabs” once more stands in the limelight’s glare it will not be at one of the Edwardes’s playhouses, but at the establishment of a rival manager, when she will be seen in a short “dumb-show” play that will afford her many opportunities for the display of her graceful and agile movements.

 

The London Evening Standard – Friday 20th March 1914

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